Every organization needs leadership to survive and thrive.
Leadership itself can take many forms, but it is our experience that leadership emerges from two factors: the internal willingness to lead as well as an external need for leadership. We define leadership as the moment when an individual steps forward to exert authority, initiative, and responsibility. Leadership is the moment of truth for an individual and an organization; as such leadership skills must be communicated, developed, and practiced.
Assess your use of communications to achieve leadership goals and intentions
Conduct a communications audit of your organization
Align your communication initiatives with your leadership goals and intentions
Develop an organizational communications plan to achieve organizational intentions, e.g vision, mission, values, transformation
Develop leadership communications plans for key leaders
Deliver keynote/workshop on the power of leadership communications
Develop your executive communications, e.g. speeches, meetings, conversations
Coach to achieve proficiency in the leadership communications cycle (speak, listen, and learn)
Review your communications, both oral and written
Provide feedback on your communications style in front of groups and 1-to-1
Determine through interviews and focus groups if you are communicating what you want to communicate